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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Digital Alarm Clocks - Which is the best?

Thought of sharing this with you...

I guess anyone in my place would go through this at least once in their life time, if it wasn’t for couple of days like this guy http://www.slate.com/id/2137624/?nav=tap3 then at least a few minutes… Lets face it, how would you like to be woken up in the morning for work, school, trip (hmmm, i wouldn’t mind waking up for a camping trip!) or what ever it may be that you wake up… i for one have a hard time, i snooze too much… and i like doing it… the best time for me to sleep is when i am woken up…

So i thought of doing a little r&d over the internet… and it seems that someone has done the work for me.. http://www.slate.com/id/2137624/?nav=tap3

I also came across a few other models like this one http://www.clocky.net/ who would want something like that running around their room bumping into objects every morning??? I wouldn’t find it amusing; I would find it worrying… what if it went straight into an electric socket? Or dropped a glass of water off the bed side table???

For the iPod fans you might like this alarm clock http://www.brookstone.com/shop/product.asp?product_code=530758&search_type=search&search_words=ihome%20clock%20radio&prodtemp=t2&cm_re=Result*R1C2*T

Out of this lot, i pick this one http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=6316202&type=product&id=1077626315903

For a few more http://www.ogormans.co.uk/clockrad.htm

Also check here http://www.englishsabla.com/forum/showthread.php?t=39532

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Fried Juice?!?

Who's in your face?! Not me! isit?!? SLAPIN-TIN Reflects nothing but the hidden elements of Sun Top.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Home Town - Jabal Akhdar

On Wed 18th of Jan we went to Jabal Akhdar for the night, it kindda reminded me of My last Trip to Jabal Shams... but the drive to the top of Jabal Akhdar is harder but fun...

Please stand by for pics, for now please check Mindazis Flickr for a glimce... http://www.flickr.com/photos/omar33m/sets/1361337/ I must say, they are nice pics... RIALLLL...

Story later...

End of a Chapter

Al7amdulilah, after 7 years, my journey has ended... I never thought that it would take me this long, but some people are just destined to it...

Since '98 when I first walked into college, I was happy that I have finished with school and thought that college would be fun, well, I was right, college was bags of fun, meeting friends, hanging around after college, playing table tennis (I should get credit for table tennis), but its meeting people that I really enjoyed...

I just finished my last exam on the 8th of Jan 2006, got my results and passed, Al7amdulilah...

Now that that's all behind me, I'm looking forward with more studies... I feel my life is empty without going to class, or working on some assignment, expect something crazy...

Free time, Kamakazy is coming with a bang...

Monday, January 02, 2006

More pics of the trip to Jabal Shams

I think I will be doing this till I go on another trip...

check out my dear friends website ---> http://roastedmarshmallow.tripod.com for all the pics of the trip... and his comments...

Saturday, December 24, 2005

Kamakazy's Desktop


Kamakazy's Desktop
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As i have been tagged by SoWhat (www.sowhat1234.blogspot.com)

I love the 3D effect of the image :-)

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Terry


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At a stopover on our way down from the Jabal

Kamakazy


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Just woke up, eyes swallon...

Excited we reached


Excited we reached
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Unpacking...

I went I conquered & I came back to write this blog post… Part 2

Fri, 2 Dec: I don’t think that any of us got any sleep at night; we were attacked by donkeys at about 2AM. It was scary listening to them walk up to us. Since our tent was pitched on a little patch of small rocks, the foot steps could be heard clearly. Except that it was coming from three donkeys, which confused me in the beginning to how many were out there. Tariq, Vishka and Terry went out to investigate; I was too cold to loose all the heat that I have saved in my sleeping bag. Plus, if we were being attacked, I just felt too cold to fight back. This was the lowest temperature recorded on the trip, 4 degrees. After the guys came back into the tent, Terry had a hard time sleeping. For some reason he kept on punching the side of the tent really hard. I thought he was hunting for mosquitoes. Turns out that he wanted to push back the side of the tent because he thought that the donkeys were back again, leaning on the side of the tent. After a few punches Tariq managed to convince him that it’s the wind.

In the morning, the goats came to visit us again. Looking for anything there is to eat. They loved Pofak. Tariq was able to catch one and we took pictures with it. After that Tariq just got wild with a Nishati and chopped firewood from dry branches, good effort there chap. After that we packed up and headed to Sharqiyah.

On the way, I saw a short cut to get to Sharqiyah, by avoiding the high way and taking an inside road from Izki we went all the way to Ibra. I don’t think we saved much time, but at least we avoided the twisted roads of Wadi Ouq. We got to Tiwi and started pitching up the tent on White Beach, we lost sunlight by this time, and we just managed to squeeze ourselves in-between two already occupied camp sites. Once the tent was up and fire on (we didn’t really need the fire), food preparation started. While that was being handled by Chef Vishka and Terry, Tariq and I went off to Sur to get Najashi… We had a good time on the beach, the weather was amazing, at that moment, I didn’t want to go back to Muscat the next day, I wanted to continue to drive around Oman camping in different places, watching the stars, sleeping out… but then, I really longed for a good shower.

Sat, 3 Dec: We got up, I was all energized to go to Wadi Shab, problem was, no one except Terry was willing to join me, I didn’t want to split from the group. After we packed up we bumped into the college group, they seemed to have had a good time in Sur, all full of energy. Then we headed back to Sur to drop off Najashi, who refused to let us leave without having lunch at his place. (Note: this is also where some made release). To tell you the truth Najashi, that invitation was a life saver. Thanks for lunch and thanks for joining us in Tiwi. After that we headed back to Muscat, I slept most of the way…

Friday, December 09, 2005

Kamakazy in Jabal Shams


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Just started putting on my jacket and musar... That smile on my face will be wacked off soon...

Feeling Cold...


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Little did I know that this was just the begining...

Kamakazy in Jabal Shams


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I need warmth...

It was cold...


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Thats about 12~14 at night it was even less... I should have taken a pic, but was too too cold...

Terry, looking baaad...


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Tariq, showing off his assets...


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Vishka getting ready for the night